Competitive INFERNO


Please call Soccer, Etc at
208-323-4525
to order Inferno merchandise.
The online store is under new construction,
and will hopefully be up and running in early 2018.

2018 Tryouts will be held in June


Our Inferno Coaches for 2017-2018
U10 Boys -- Jose EscutiaU10 Girls -- Alex Serrano
U10 Boys -- Jose Madrigal
U11 Boys -- Matt SmithU11 Girls -- Sean Upson
U11 Boys -- Javier Morfin
U12 Boys -- Kevin HyerU12 Girls -- Denise Foster
U13 Boys -- Eric NyeU13 Girls -- Frank Sanchez
U14 Boys -- Ryan Porter U14 Girls -- Ineke Severa
U15 Boys -- Seth VanderpoolU15 Girls -- James Murphy
U16 Boys -- Jeremy CaseU16 Girls -- Armando Soto

Not sure what age group your child is in?

                                           


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Ø U10 and older players must attend tryouts in order to be offered a place on an Inferno team roster.  They must be chosen for the team.

Ø Inferno requires a year long commitment.  This consists of Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 seasons.  Coaches and teams may individually decide to play a winter indoor season if they choose.

Ø Inferno plays in Idaho’s District III….half the games are at home (Brothers Park) and half the games are traveling: Middleton, Meridian, Boise, Nampa, Etc….

Ø Inferno Coaches are USSF Licensed.

Ø Each season, COSC pays the cost for the whole team to play in The Gem State Challenge (in October) and Directors Cup (in May).  These tournaments are held in Boise/Eagle.

Ø Inferno players are given 2 practice t-shirts at no cost to you.

Ø Inferno costs $360 to register for the whole year plus a $50 uniform (2 jerseys, shorts and socks).  Payment Plans are available.

Ø COSC covers the cost of all Referee Fees, Field Maintenance, Insurance, and State Registration Fees.


Questions: e-mail registrar@canyonoptimistsoccer.com or for 

Spanish Speaking e-mail gusgonzalez1529@gmail.com

All Competitive players must attend at least one day of tryouts.  We encourage players to attend both days.  This gives us a better chance to evaluate skills.  The Inferno Board will select Inferno players based on skill set of the child.  You must be invited and accepted on a roster in order to play competitive.